Cenco Cup Team Tournament Set for March 31st

Hi Judo Community!

Since team registration is quickly approaching, the CENCO Cup committee wanted to answer some FAQ’s to clarify anything that may be unclear.

(Q) Is the CENCO Cup only for CENCO clubs?

(A) No – all clubs are welcomed to register a team in the CENCO Cup as long as all participants hold a valid USJF, USJI or USJA membership

(Q) Can my dojo register a team in each of the divisions?

(A) Yes, each dojo is allowed to register 1 team in each division

(Q) If my dojo does not have enough players to field a team in a division, what can we do?

(A) You are welcomed to invite other judokas from other dojos to join your team. However, only 1 dojo will be represented.

(Q) Can my player fight in a higher division i.e. 15 yo in seniors?

(A) Yes – intermediate players are welcomed to fight in the senior division at the discretion of their head instructor and parents.

(Q) If my dojo completes the step 1 team registration, are we guanteed a slot in the CENCO Cup?

(A) No. Team slots will be accepted on a first come first serve basis with only the seeded teams guaranteed entry.

(Q) When will we know if our team registration is accepted?

(A) Once step 1 registration is completed, the CENCO Cup committee will notify you within 24-48 hours of status and provide step 2 instructions

(Q) Can we modify the team roster after teams have been submitted and accepted?

(A)  Yes, if any modifications are needed after registration is complete due to illness or any other unforeseen circumstances, please contact us immediately at cencocup@gmail.com.

(Q) Is there going to be late registration or walk up registration?

(A) No – all teams must process online step 1 team registration and participants process step 2 player registration on the tournament website www.cencocup.com before midnight on 10/17.

(Q) What will happen if all the team players don’t process step 2 by 3/17?

(A) Major headaches and extra work for us so don’t do that…

More information can be found on the tournament website: www.cencocup.com

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Spots filling up for Cenco Training Day! Register soon!

Hi Everyone,
We’ve been getting such a great response for this Sunday’s Workout, that we’ll need to move up the registration times for the event to 10:00 am to 10:30 am so that we can ensure a good start at 11 am.
Here is the agenda for the event:
Outside will be with your workout clothes and Inside will be in your Judo gi doing Uchikomi, etc.
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Please forward this new information to all your friends.
Also, Parents, Coaches, and Instructors, we’ll need lots of volunteers to ensure a fun-filled and challenging event. We’ll need help with lunch preparation, chaperoning/encouragement outside, and also extra coaches and instructors helping on the mat! Please bring your sweats and gi too.*;) winking
Thanks for your support!
Sincerely,
Lorne Mayeda
CENCO Development Committee Co-Chair

Cenco Cup Results

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Hello Cenco Members,

I’d like to express our gratitude with the turn out, support, and participants to make the Cenco Cup intra-yudanshakai team tournament a huge success!  Check out the website for the latest updates.
Thanks,
Neal Kodama
Cenco President

CENCO CUP RESULTS

 

Bantam Division (Kids)

  1. Cahill’s Judo Academy
  2. Silicon Valley Judo
  3. Cupertino Judo

Juvenile Division (Age 13-16)

  1. Cupertino Judo
  2. Silicon Valley Judo
  3. Team CENCO Black

Seniors Division (Age 17+)

  1. Silicon Valley Judo
  2. UC Santa Cruz Judo
  3. Nakano Judo Academy

Makimoto tournament cancelled – promotions page updated

Just a heads up, the Makimoto PAL tournament in Vacaville, scheduled for the 28th of January, has been cancelled.

The promotions page has been updated with new dates – paperwork deadline is April 6th, and the test will be May 19th in Palo Alto.

The Cenco Cup was a great success as well, look for more updates soon!